Cara has always been concerned about the environment; she has a doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering, and has worked on a wide range of environmental issues in Ireland, from water qualit ..
Can dogs and cats be vegetarian or vegan? | East Coast Radio
Many people have chosen to be vegan for the month for January, taking part in Veganuary.
I've just completed my second #Veganuary, and I'm posting a few thoughts about how it was, and what I'm going to do next. How was my VeganuaryI found it far easier this year compared to last year.
The vegan fiver saga in the UK: Pete the Vet on the Pat Kenny Show and in the Daily Telegraph | Pat Kenny Show, The Telegraph
Next month, like thousands of others, I'll be taking part in Veganuary, becoming a vegan for the month of January.
Vegetarian and vegan food for dogs and cats: Is it possible and is it fair to the animals? | Pat Kenny Show, The Telegraph
What's in that pet food bowl? Do those dry biscuits contain animal products? Or are they plant based? It can be difficult to tell by looking at them, but it can be critically important to the animal.
Pete enjoyed his vegan month: to find out more about how it went for him, read this interview on the Veganuary website.
More discussion of veganism & Veganuary | Pat Kenny Show
On this week's Pat Kenny Show vet spot, first I discussed my experiences of veganism in Veganuary. Pat asked some challenging questions - difficult enough to answer quickly on live national radio.
Pete the Vegan Vet | Pat Kenny Show
This week, the vet spot started with Pete explaining why he has become a vegan for the month of January. He's taking part in Veganuary, a month that welcomes people who'd like to try the vegan lifestyle.
Do farmed animals still have lives worth living? If not, should veterinarians now be vegetarians? | The Telegraph
How much meat is now produced in the traditional way? I’ve been reflecting on our changing regimes for farmed animals, and partly as a consequence, I’m taking part in Veganuary, becoming v ..
Do animal lovers need to be vegan? | The Telegraph
I'm an omnivorous (yes, that means meat-eating) animal welfarist, not a vegan animal rightist. But should I be reconsidering my views? Read my blog on this by clicking here.
The issue of non-stun slaughter for religious reasons is under discussion again. To read my article on this challenging subject, click here.